PREX/CREX Oct 9, 2018 10:00am
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- Update on Hall A BPM issues: Cameron HAlog3604073, HAlog3604212
- CC: the problem has been fixed in the injector before we were able to diagnose it with our DAQ
- KP: we should look at the BCM and run our DAQ. CC: I took data several times and we should be ready if problem comes back
- CG: Musson told us that the cavity BPMs are ok now. YT: tried to run the DAQ, but I need to figure out what channels are the cavity BPMs.
- CC: some of the VQWK channels are bad. KP: we should document this in the haplog on top of the wiki
- CC: Joe Grames will keep an eye out to see if he can figure out what might be the culprit for the noise from the injector.
- CC: have some references from Tom Powers (the designer for the stripline electronics) and he thinks this is not abnormal. KP: you should put these in the docDB
- Update on collimator shielding dose/heating: Adam & Victoria haplog3547 haplog3548
- AZ: updated the geometry upstream and around the collimator: added gate valve, changed the material to stainless steel, added conical tube between the collimator box and septum, extra 6 in of plastic that existed in the CAD but not in our sim
- AZ: the main plastic block sees a drop in dose by half. I credit this to the gate valve shielding the US and the new plastic shielding block in front of it.
- KP: the heating seems to be an issue, so need to figure out some cooling but otherwise i don’t see any major issue in terms of radiation.
- VO: I did a similar study in FLUKA but with a slightly simpler geometry, but that captures the major features. The results are similar to what Adam got. My HDPE is flush on the stainless steel. Within 1 cm radially out the HDPE has about 1e5 dose.
- VO: when i had a thicker (8mm vs 1.5mm) “pipe” for the bellows the dose on the HDPE was smaller by one order of magnitude. CG: we should make sure we have the correct thickness of the bellows looking at “effective thickness”
- SR: we should do a back of the envelope calculation of the heat transfer for that thickness of steel. KP: we'll look into it.
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